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SIZE DIDN'T MATTER TO THESE MEN WHO MADE BASEBALL HISTORY (WELL, MAYBE TO GAEDEL IT DID)
The 5'6" Scooter hit .324 to win the AL MVP ahead of, among others, 5'7" teammate Yogi Berra, who finished third. Holy cow!
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The shortest man ever to play in a big league game, the 3'7" pinch hitter walked on four pitches before being removed, never to return.
At 5'7", Little Joe was the first second baseman to win back-to-back NL MVPs; he also led the Reds to two straight world titles.